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Pottery Wheel Experience
Upon arrival we’ll run through the basics before demonstrating pottery throwing on the wheel to make a small Pot. It’s then over to you to ‘throw’ your own small pot (or two, time permitting). Your favourite pot can then be embellished with small clay shapes or stamps using the tools provided. Your creation will need to be left with us for drying and kiln firing. We can glaze in one solid colour or leave unglazed so that you can decorate at home with your own acrylic paints and varnish. Second pots can be kiln fired for an additional cost of £5 per pot (unglazed) or £10 per pot (glazed). Your pot/s can be collected 4-6 weeks from the date of your experience or we can post for a small additional cost of £5 per pot. Allow up to 1hr 30mins in total for this experience. This session is a fun ‘taster’ pottery throwing for those who have never tried a potter’s wheel and always fancied ‘having a go’. Aprons are provided but we recommend wearing clothes you won’t mind getting a little messy. Please message if you require availability for a date not shown, or have a larger group. Other things to note: Entrance to the studio is gained via a side path of our home and we have several steps to the studio. We have no facility to accommodate dogs. We are a just few minutes walk from bus stops and pay and display car parks at Chilcotte Close and Hampton Avenue.
Alpaca trekking Cornwall
You'll arrive at our farm where you will be greeted by Farmer Emma and her team, you will then walk through the barn where have animals wanting a cuddle. You will go up into the shop where we will have a brief health and safety chat, you will then receive your bag of feed for your alpaca and we will head into the field to meet all of our trekking boys. Once you have chosen your Alpaca and had a stroke of their super soft fleeces, we will walk around and up the field through our paddocks where we have other sheep and alpacas. With stunning views of Bodmin moor and our animals you will spend approx 1 hour walking around the fields where we will feed, and take photos. Once back down in the shop you will have your Cornish Cream tea, all made with Cornish products. You will be able to ask questions and mooch around our shop and see all our lovely quality made products. We hope to see you on the rolling hills of Bodmin Moor soon. Please note dogs are not able to come on the experience. ( all dietary requirements can be catered for) Other things to note Please get in touch if you have any questions. Or enquires we are always happy to help.
Sheepdog & shepherding experience walks
I take groups of up to 10 people on the Tuesday evening Shepherding Walks. I'll meeting you in the car park in Mortehoe. We'll walk a short way to the sheep pens, where I'll show you something of the training of a young sheepdog and talk about what it takes to farm in this challenging environment. Then we'll walk for a couple of miles at a leisurely pace around the Morte Point peninsular, on some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the South West of England. The Point is owned by the National Trust, and as the tenant farmer, I graze my sheep across the 200 acres amongst the rocks and cleaves, the bracken and heather and to the cliff edge, I couldn't do it without my amazing team of sheepdogs. This year Glen and Mirk will be my top sheepdogs, and on my Shepherding walks you'll see him working far into the distance controlled by my whistle, balanced by his own skills and instinct. A really top sheepdog makes decisions of its own, and often knows far more than I do about working the sheep, and will spot problems unseen by the shepherd. If the weather permits and the tide is right, we'll see the local seals on the way home. On summers evenings they bask on the rocks, with a haunting call that echos around on still summers evening, We usually take a little over 2 hours for the walk. I hope that it will be an experience that will live long in the memory
Vineyard Tour
The tour, which runs on Sundays and Wednesdays between May and September, starts with a visit to the winery where you will see how we process the grapes and produce sparkling wine. This will be followed by a visit to the vineyard (stout shoes recommended) where you will see the 2,500 vines and be able to discuss the challenges of growing vines in the UK. The visit will finish with a visit to the Tasting Room and a glass of the award-winning 2018 Wellhayes Sparkling Wine, a traditional Devon cream tea and samples of Wellhayes luxury handmade chocolates made using the spirit we produce on site. Other things to note As the tour will include a walk through the vineyard (weather permitting) stout footwear is advised. Well-behaved children are welcome for whom a cream tea can be provided at an additional cost of £6, payable locally. Well-behaved dogs are also welcome, although we ask that they don't come into the winery. It is usually fine for the owner to stay with them at the door and listen from there. All facilities are wheelchair accessible.
Paddle Boarding & Fitness Adventures
The one hour paddle board session will see us meet at the beach, start with a short H&S briefing before teaching you the basics. We then move on to the water before refining skills and start to navigate along the coastline. The basic experience lasts one hour at £30pp Other things to note Any questions, drop me an email: jurassicsupfitness@gmail.com

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Exmouth Beach Paint Party
Come to a Paint Party on the beach, make a difference to the town and leave a lasting impression! You are invited to join the happy team of volunteers and artists that meet up once a week. East Devon District Council/ Thelma Hulbert Gallery have Commissioned local artist Anna FitzGerald to design and repaint a mural on the 400 foot wall. At each party Anna gives a quick lesson and also guidance through out. It is a fun way memorable experience. Expect laughs, music, even a BBQ ( bring food to share ) snacks are provided. Pop in for half an hour or stay the full 4 hours. If you need more information please contact Annas gallery Sea Dog Art.
Alpaca Cuddles & Cream Tea
Meet our cute and curious herd of alpacas and spend time getting to know them and learning how to safely handle them in a way that promotes their wellbeing and safety. Get hands on with a halter trained alpaca and take them through a small obstacle course, an enrichment they thoroughly enjoy. Learn about the species and the role they have played in South American agriculture and how they fit into a modern farming business in the uk. You will also learn about the other animals on the farm and get to meet some of them. Once our handling session is complete you will Enjoy a delicious homemade cream tea in our cherry orchard picnic area while you enjoy the view of the alpacas in their paddock. There is farm produce available to buy including our grass fed beef & lamb. We have a large car park and are easily accessible by road, train and bus.
Explore Torquay and its stunning coastline by boat
Join us for a fantastic coastal tour and explore of the bay. You will arrive at our vibrant hub and we will get kitted up and safety briefed. The excitement then begins to build as you are taken onboard one of our boats ready for a leisurely coastal tour. The tour starts in MDL Marina where we make our way past the many expensive and exclusive motor yachts - once out of the marina we are in open seas. We hug the stunning coastline which is rich in geology and wildlife and is what makes the English Riviera so unique. We then seek for our resident pod of dolphins, keep an eye out for seals basking on the rocks and explore the many secluded cove and caves. It really is an experience that will not be forgotten.
Tour & Tasting of a Cider farm
The Cider Farm Tour and Tasting begins in the Tasting Room with a sample of excellent organic apple juice, and an introduction to the Cider Farm family. We venture into the orchard of 3000 West Country cider apples. You discover some of the fascinating history and folklore behind cider and experience a surprise 'Wassail' or orchard blessing. Bees are important to us and we tell about their role in pollination, chemical free farming and wildlife. I explain how we craft our British Champion Ciders over 8 months from sun ripened apple to crisp, golden nectar in a glass. With a behind the scenes tour of apple pressing, harvesting and bottling equipment, you can see how see we press the apples and produce the ciders. We encourage guests to ask us questions about the art of blending and the alchemy of turning apple into award winning, amber-gold cider. The Tour is completed with a sampling of 4 delicious, handcrafted ciders, all made from organically grown cider apples, from Sweet Maiden cider, Old Harry Rocks vintage, Dorset Wild Cat, to our Elderflower, Ginger or Damson ciders. After the tour, you can relax in the Cider Garden, admire the art. Please dress according to the weather with appropriate footwear and coat, as we take you for a walking tour of our orchards.
Vineyard Tour & Wine Tasting Experience
A vineyard tour and wine tasting experience starts with a guided tour of beautiful Swanaford vineyard in Devon, during which guests will hear the story of how two people with no background experience came to have a vineyard on Dartmoor and the adventures we have had growing grapes and making wine. This is followed by a wine tasting experiece which includes all of our wines and a local, award-winning gin. While the tasting experiece is going on, we'll talk guests though the wine making process including the passion and delicate balance of work that goes in to making Traditional Method English Sparkling Wine. Your guide will be one of our experienced vineyard managers.
Mosaic workshops in Torquay
Once you arrive at the hub I will introduce myself. I will show you which projects you can make (Coasters, boxes, hearts). Usually we manage 2 small mosaics in the time. You can create larger projects at an extra cost. Not everyone takes the same time. If you know you like to take your time being creative I would make sure you have not anything else booked immediately after. If you need to leave at 12.30, please let me know on the day. You will get complimentary tea or coffee. There is a large selection of different mosaic tiles and you are fee to choose your own creative design. Once you are happy with your design we will stick it on the base you chose and when it is complete I will grout the project for you. You can take it home on the day and leave the grout to dry over night. All you have to do is give it a final wipe with a wet cloth in the morning. All projects are individual and it is lovely how many different designs there are. The main aim is to switch off from everything else and just have a good time being creative. Other things to note The experience is suitable for ages 5+ The tiles are precut and there is no sharp objects involved I am happy to help with anything and the workshop is very flexible. I am looking forward to meeting my guest and help them achieve a unique artwork. You will be able to treasure your artwork and you will always be welcome to create more.
Pottery Wheel Experience
Upon arrival we’ll run through the basics before demonstrating pottery throwing on the wheel to make a small Pot. It’s then over to you to ‘throw’ your own small pot (or two, time permitting). Your favourite pot can then be embellished with small clay shapes or stamps using the tools provided. Your creation will need to be left with us for drying and kiln firing. We can glaze in one solid colour or leave unglazed so that you can decorate at home with your own acrylic paints and varnish. Second pots can be kiln fired for an additional cost of £5 per pot (unglazed) or £10 per pot (glazed). Your pot/s can be collected 4-6 weeks from the date of your experience or we can post for a small additional cost of £5 per pot. Allow up to 1hr 30mins in total for this experience. This session is a fun ‘taster’ pottery throwing for those who have never tried a potter’s wheel and always fancied ‘having a go’. Aprons are provided but we recommend wearing clothes you won’t mind getting a little messy. Please message if you require availability for a date not shown, or have a larger group. Other things to note: Entrance to the studio is gained via a side path of our home and we have several steps to the studio. We have no facility to accommodate dogs. We are a just few minutes walk from bus stops and pay and display car parks at Chilcotte Close and Hampton Avenue.
Crazy Coasteering in Croyde
On arrival I will introduce myself and any other Instructors and run through a disclaimer, and then size you up for the kit. Once all suited in warm wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets, I will run through a though briefing on what to expect with a few helpful tips on how to safely move around the rocks, teaching you the best techniques to get from the water to the rocks safely avoiding pesky barnacles, I will also run through the best technique for jumping into the sea safely. Once all your kit has been checked we will swim, scramble, jump (in various ways) and explore our way around parts of the coastline that you can only access through coasteering. With my years of experience, knowledge and understanding of the tidal movement and working in this amazing environment for many years I can take you to places less explored . Using the natural features like a playground, I will put together a route that will suit your abilities, and take in to account the conditions on the day, so you get the best from the experience. If you come across any obstacle or feature that you may struggle with there is always another way. Adventure awaits. Other things to note Some fitness is required as we will be very active & we ask that you can swim 25m without stopping. Coasteering has a risk of cuts to the hands due to the rocks & the unpredictability of the sea.
Charlestown Kayak Adventure
Starting from the Georgian harbour of Charlestown, this 2-hour kayak adventure is steeped in history and natural beauty. Setting off from the harbour, like centuries of seafarers, you will explore natural rock features and archways and access hidden coves and beaches only accessible from the water. Every adventure starts with some basic paddling tuition. Our sit-on-top kayaks are all fitted with comfortable back rests and are very stable and easy to paddle. No previous experience is required. Age restriction: Anyone below the age of 18 must have a parent / or guardian accompany the child on the activity. Minimum age limits for this activity is 12 yrs
Wild Swim in the Hidden Valleys of Dartmoor
Our swim-venture will take you to some of the less explored areas of Dartmoor. You will be surrounded by nature and will have the opportunity to take in the desolate moorland, steep wooded valleys and swim in the clear and cold rushing waters of The Dart. Our swims tend to be of the dipping variety and are and perfect if you love the feeling of the cold-water tingle on your skin. We always go at the pace of slowest person and make sure that we stop to engage with our surroundings. Some of our dippers love to go in their wetsuit, and some without – we embrace either but remember, it can get very cold in UK rivers. For our swim-venture we will meet at 1030. Our meeting location is at an easily accessible carpark, approximately ten minutes drive from Ashburton. From here we take a 4km walk down to the banks of the River Dart where we will stop for around an hour and take a dip at a beautiful swimming spot, warm up with a hot drink and have a bite to eat (don’t forget to bring your lunch)! Once everyone is feeling refreshed we will continue on the hike, approximately 4km back to our meeting point. Our swim-ventures are perfect for those of you that love hiking, as well as cold-water dipping. Please be aware that there will be some steep and uneven terrain to navigate so sturdy footwear and appropriate clothing is a must. We can't wait to share our love of the local area with you!
Alpaca trekking Cornwall
You'll arrive at our farm where you will be greeted by Farmer Emma and her team, you will then walk through the barn where have animals wanting a cuddle. You will go up into the shop where we will have a brief health and safety chat, you will then receive your bag of feed for your alpaca and we will head into the field to meet all of our trekking boys. Once you have chosen your Alpaca and had a stroke of their super soft fleeces, we will walk around and up the field through our paddocks where we have other sheep and alpacas. With stunning views of Bodmin moor and our animals you will spend approx 1 hour walking around the fields where we will feed, and take photos. Once back down in the shop you will have your Cornish Cream tea, all made with Cornish products. You will be able to ask questions and mooch around our shop and see all our lovely quality made products. We hope to see you on the rolling hills of Bodmin Moor soon. Please note dogs are not able to come on the experience. ( all dietary requirements can be catered for) Other things to note Please get in touch if you have any questions. Or enquires we are always happy to help.
Agatha Christie's extraordinary life
Even if you've never read an Agatha Christie novel, watched a film, or seen her plays, it doesn't matter! The walking tour tells the story of her truly remarkable and inspiring life Guests will be enthralled to hear about her early years in Torquay, her bitter/sweet marriage to Archie Christie, and where she found the inspiration to create her legendary murder mysteries and characters. I will provide guests with an understanding of who she was and how she bounced back from personal and professional challenges to become the world's most successful author We’ll visit the spot where Archie proposed to Agatha, then onto the hotel where she and Archie spent their honeymoon. We also invite guests to recreate the occasion when Miss Marple and Poirot met for the only time to commemorate Agatha’s 100th birthday. By the end of the tour, you'll have a better appreciation of her outstanding contributions during both World Wars, her courage to travel alone to Baghdad and become a distinguished archaeologist, and how her books continue to touch the lives of millions around the world. This walk can be tailor-made for groups who'd prefer a private tour Well behaved dogs (on leads) are permitted The terrain is paved and the the route is flat
Dramatic Dartmoor
Active, personal, informative landscape interpretation. Allowing you full access to the millennia of human history under your feet. Live the landscape don't just see it! The granite which forms this area is approx 1000 Sq Km, bending the Earth's crust with its massive weight so that even gravity is slightly different here! Today's, mostly agricultural, National Park was once a hive of industry with granite, iron, tin and lead being mined here. The remains of these industries are there for those who know what to look for. London Bridge, now in Arizona, came from these quarries as well as many other famous London buildings. Gunpowder was also manufactured up here out of harms way. The Dartmoor men had no access to steel so they built their railway out of the most plentiful local material, granite! We will see their handiwork and marvel at their ingenuity. Living in the quarries and joined by their wives and families in the finer weather they were a tough lot. Human habitation stretches back to at least 40'000 years ago and the earliest NW European Human jawbone, post Neanderthal, was discovered here in a cave which, in modern times, is coastal. The moor can be seen as barren and with the exception of the livestock and wild ponies it is sparsely inhabited but you will leave this magical place knowing why, where, how and what it meant to our ancestors and more importantly to you!
Sheepdog & shepherding experience walks
I take groups of up to 10 people on the Tuesday evening Shepherding Walks. I'll meeting you in the car park in Mortehoe. We'll walk a short way to the sheep pens, where I'll show you something of the training of a young sheepdog and talk about what it takes to farm in this challenging environment. Then we'll walk for a couple of miles at a leisurely pace around the Morte Point peninsular, on some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the South West of England. The Point is owned by the National Trust, and as the tenant farmer, I graze my sheep across the 200 acres amongst the rocks and cleaves, the bracken and heather and to the cliff edge, I couldn't do it without my amazing team of sheepdogs. This year Glen and Mirk will be my top sheepdogs, and on my Shepherding walks you'll see him working far into the distance controlled by my whistle, balanced by his own skills and instinct. A really top sheepdog makes decisions of its own, and often knows far more than I do about working the sheep, and will spot problems unseen by the shepherd. If the weather permits and the tide is right, we'll see the local seals on the way home. On summers evenings they bask on the rocks, with a haunting call that echos around on still summers evening, We usually take a little over 2 hours for the walk. I hope that it will be an experience that will live long in the memory
Vineyard Tour
The tour, which runs on Sundays and Wednesdays between May and September, starts with a visit to the winery where you will see how we process the grapes and produce sparkling wine. This will be followed by a visit to the vineyard (stout shoes recommended) where you will see the 2,500 vines and be able to discuss the challenges of growing vines in the UK. The visit will finish with a visit to the Tasting Room and a glass of the award-winning 2018 Wellhayes Sparkling Wine, a traditional Devon cream tea and samples of Wellhayes luxury handmade chocolates made using the spirit we produce on site. Other things to note As the tour will include a walk through the vineyard (weather permitting) stout footwear is advised. Well-behaved children are welcome for whom a cream tea can be provided at an additional cost of £6, payable locally. Well-behaved dogs are also welcome, although we ask that they don't come into the winery. It is usually fine for the owner to stay with them at the door and listen from there. All facilities are wheelchair accessible.